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Travel Blogs from Apeldoorn
... my dearest colleagues, looking forward to it!
The hotel I will be working for during my traineeship is the Tower Hotel in London. It's part of a chain called Guoman & Thistle Hotels that have hotels throughout the entire world. For the people who know England and/or have a travel book about London, it's located right next to the Tower Bridge. The building is ...
... Today is the day that Holland was liberated from the German occupation during WWII , a day they celebrate every year and is very much a part of their history. It is lovely to see so many flags flying so proudly.
We only intended to stay here for one night but the park is nice and the owner convinced us to do a bit of sight seeing. So tomorrow we are off to do just that.
It is raining now but it is the end of the day and we are as snug as a bug in Charlie.
After a shower I head down to the dining room for the special and a much deserved beer.
I catch the two Swedes outside and join them while I have a coffee. They have ridden down from Keil in Germany after crossing on the ferry from Oslo.
They are doing a tour of the wartime sites in Normandy, but have an easy day tomorrow only going down to Dunkirk for a look round.
... rest after partying with Torsten and Sabina the day before and drinking all day like a bunch of frat boys.
Saturday: We awoke feeling refreshed and ready to experience the original Sin City! We quickly met up with our fellow travelers and decided to site see - a beer first, though. Another. Just one more...and several after that. We all agreed that something taboo must be done since we were in, you know, Amsterdam! We all ...
Hi again everyone! Today we crossed from France and Belgium into the Netherlands. This trip took several hours by bus, but the time flew by for the students as they entertained themselves with terrible karaoke versions of classic Queen songs while we drove.
Once we entered the Netherlands the mood turned much more sombre as we prepared for the first of many ceremonies of rememberance over the next ...